Exploring Entheogens: An African Perspective – July 19, 2015 London

Exploring EntheogensSyllabification: en·the·o·gen
Meaning: generating the divine / god within 
Noun: A natural chemical substance, typically of plant origin, that is ingested to
produce an alternative state of consciousness for religious or spiritual purposes.
You are invited to attend Exploring Entheogens: A Pan-African Perspective

When: Sunday 19th July 2015
Time: 2pm – 8pm (Doors open 1:00pm)
Where: Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, London E8 4AA
Buses: 67, 76, 149, 242 & 243
Overground: Dalston Junction, Dalston Kingsland & Haggerston
Although not often recognised by researchers and scientists; fungi and plants
have been used for millenniums by indigenous Africans and those in the
diaspora for personal and community spiritual development and healing.

Several indigenous African communities use these sacred plants in their rites of
passage, initiation ceremonies and daily ritual. Come and spend an afternoon
exploring this entheogenic paradigm through the eyes of African people.

• Kilindi Iyi – Psilocybin: A Tool of Exploration
• Kai Wingo – Women & Entheogens
• Moudou Baqui – The Purposeful Use of Entheogens
• Darren Springer – Entheogenesis
Tickets available via: http://exploringentheogens.brownpapertickets.com

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